How funny Kate! I know exactly what you mean. I was a peanut butter and jam girl, while my twin was peanut butter and honey and never did we swap or have since.Even differently cut too? Just so funny.....
LOL that's a kak - totally get that - I'm a twin too - cheersAmanda
I love there toasts! It's true - the same but different!
he he he, vegemite wins for sure!
People often tell me that all my kids look so alike (none twins), but I can't see it at all. I think that because I look at them all the time I really look at them rather than just the cursory glance that aquaintances give. My brother had friends who were twins and when I first met them I couldn't tell them apart. Once I really knew them I couldn't believe I ever thought they looked alike. As for your girls being different, my kids are all so different I can't imagine that twins would be any different. Whenever I categorise my kids into groups I soon realise that there are no groups, just individuals!
OMG freaky... I know you and I have the same name, I know we both have ID twin girls but this is going just one step too far...My girls have the exact same toast preferences... even down to the way they are cut!!!!
We call that 'smae same but different' :-)
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